Strage and Wonderful Prophesies

Strage and wonderful
The Alterations of the Time
As also the change that will happen in the World,
As First, What Wonderful things will come to pass concerning this Kingdom to the great Amazement of all mankind.
Secondly, One strange and wonderful Prophesie, which particularly does mention what shall happen Yearly to several Kingdoms in the World both by Sea and Land.
By that Famous Astrologer
Dr. Bouram,

Student in Phisick and Astrology, and other Profound Aarts and Sciences, Living near Darford in Kent.
In the Year, 1696.
Sent in a Letter to a Merchant in London.
With Allowance according to Order.
London, Printed by N P. in Fleetstreet.



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1.1. October.

A great Famine and Dearth of Corn will over-spread some nations of Europe, so that the Child shall starve at the Mothers breast, the mother having no food to nourish her self.

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corn, dearth, famine

Source text

Title: Strage and Wonderful Prophesies

Author: Dr Strage Bouram

Publisher: N. P.

Publication date: 1696

Edition: 2nd Edition

Place of publication: London

Provenance/location: This text was transcribed from images available at Early English Books Online: Bibliographic name / number: Wing (2nd ed.) / B3837B Physical description: 15 p. Copy from: National Library of Scotland Reel position: Wing / 2831:03

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Original author(s): Dr Strage Bouram

Language: English

Selection used:

  • 1 ) title page
  • 2 ) page 6


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Genre: Britain > non-fiction prose > astrology and cosmology

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